I've tried soy milk and while it's okay, it has a bit of a beany aftertaste to it that is rather unpleasant so I was excited to try Silk Pure Almond Unsweetened Milk. It is wonderful on its own but especially great to dip your cookies into it. The rich, nutty, buttery flavor really adds something to the traditional milk and cookie treat.
Silk has come out with a couple of new varieties of almond milk — Silk Almond Coconut Blend and Silk Almondmilk Protein + Fiber. The coconut blend is a yummy twist on regular almond milk and contains just 35 calories per serving. The protein + fiber variety contains 5 grams of protein and fiber — a great option for those wanting to add a little extra protein and fiber to their diet.
Meanwhile, other non-dairy milk alternatives like almond milk gained more mainstream traction, growing nearly 14-fold into a $1.4 billion U.S. market since 2008, according to Euromonitor. In some cases, the new options have better nutritionals. A cup of Silk almond milk has 50 fewer calories and two less grams of fat than the brand’s original soy milk.